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[NI应用软件] NI-FBUS Configurator Software 4.0 Win32/64Eng NI现场总线配置软件4.0

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    NI-FBUS Configurator Software 4.0 Win32/64Eng NI现场总线配置软件4.0

    NI-FBUS Monitor Software/NI-FBUS Configurator Software
    NI-FBUS Monitor Software可帮助您使用现场总线接口设备调试、监测和分析现场总线(FBUS)数据通信。
    NI-FBUS Monitor Software是一款应用软件,可用于检测通信并捕获FBUS设备之间传递的数据包。使用此软件,您可以使用现场总线接口设备来诊断H1网络通信并进行设备开发调试。您还可以解码来自FBUS的数据包,监测实时列表并执行数据包分析。该软件还提供可配置的多窗口显示。NI-FBUS Monitor软件具有可配置的多窗口显示功能,您可以过滤数据包并实时查看列表和总线统计信息。

    4.0
    文件名: NI-FBUS Configurator Software\nifbsw400.exe
    文件大小: 136247840 字节 (129.94 MB)
    修改日期: 2010-04-25 06:40
    MD5: 3f113f67cfa4dcd981d6afcb45d97f91(官方正确)
    SHA1: dd6ba8beec470e731ad5844e938040af2d70f04e
    SHA256: b4df44f1c68034071ed1f34bb193526fae66595b6299cb45a9d19d8bc9eeb1f2
    CRC32: 7ba6cb57

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    NI-FBUS Configurator 4.0 Readme
    June 2009
    The NI-FBUS Configurator 4.0 includes the NI-FBUS Communications Manager (CM) 4.0 and the NI-FBUS Configurator 4.0. This file contains the following important information that you need to understand before using the NI-FBUS Configurator.
    Supported Platforms
    Supported Development Environments
    Installation Requirements
    Installation Instructions
    New Features
    Evaluation Version
    Troubleshooting and Frequently Asked Questions
    Known Issues and Suggestions
    Resources
    Supported Platforms
    The NI-FBUS Configurator supports Windows Vista, the 32-bit version; Windows XP Service Pack 3; and Windows 2000 Service Pack 4. The NI-FBUS Configurator does not support Windows Vista x64 Edition, the 64-bit version.
    Installation Requirements
    To use the NI-FBUS Configurator, you must ensure that the computer meets the following minimum requirements:
    • Pentium III 600 MHz processor
    • 256 MB of RAM
    • 250 MB of free hard drive space
    If you want to achieve optimal performance of the NI-FBUS Configurator, National Instruments recommends the following configurations:
    • Pentium III 1.2 GHz processor
    • 512 MB of RAM
    • 400 MB of free hard drive space
    Supported Development Environments
    NI-FBUS supports the following development environments:
    • LabVIEW 2009/8.6.1/8.5.1/8.2.1
    • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5/3.0/2.0/1.1
    • Microsoft Visual Studio 2008/2005/2003/6.0
    • Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0
    Installation Instructions
    Complete the following steps to install the NI-FBUS Configurator.
    • Log in as an administrator or as a user with administrator privileges.
    • Insert the NI-FBUS Configurator installation CD and follow the instructions that appear on the screen.

      If the installer does not launch automatically, navigate to the CD using Windows Explorer and launch the autorun.exe file from the CD.

      The interactive setup program guides you through the necessary steps to install the NI-FBUS Configurator. You can go back and change values where appropriate by clicking the Back button. You can exit the setup by clicking the Cancel button.
    • Restart the computer when the setup is complete.
    Note: Install the NI-FBUS software before you install hardware such as the PCMCIA-FBUS, PCMCIA-FBUS Series 2, PCI-FBUS/2 cards, and USB-8486 device. Refer to the Installing the Hardware section of the NI-FBUS Hardware and Software User Manual for information about installing and configuring the NI-FBUS hardware. You can access this manual by opening the NI-FBUS HW SW Manual.pdf file in the National Instruments\NI-FBUS\Manual directory.
    If you have the NI-FBUS Configurator 3.2 or earlier instalLED on the computer, you first must uninstall that previous version from the computer before installing the NI-FBUS Configurator 4.0. You also must remove all existing NI-FBUS cards, such as the PCMCIA-FBUS, PCMCIA-FBUS Series 2, PCI-FBUS/2 cards, and USB-8486 device, from the computer.
    Caution: Reinstalling the NI-FBUS Configurator might cause you to lose existing port configuration information. Before uninstalling the previous version of the NI-FBUS Configurator, create backup copies of the .nvm files. The .nvm files store the port configuration parameters you changed from their default values. If you are using the NI-FBUS Configurator 2.3.6 or later, the .nvm files are located in the National Instruments\NI-FBUS\Data\Nvm directory. If you are using the NI-FBUS Configurator 2.3.5 or earlier, the .nvm files are located in the NIFBUS\Data\Nvm directory.
    Note: If you have both the NI-FBUS Monitor and the NI-FBUS Configurator installed on the same computer, uninstalling the NI-FBUS Monitor might cause the NI-FBUS Configurator not to work properly. To ensure that the NI-FBUS Configurator works properly, you must reinstall the NI-FBUS Configurator after uninstalling the NI-FBUS Monitor.
    Install/Uninstall NI-FBUS Monitor: If you want install/uninstall NI-FBUS Monitor 3.0.1, and have the NI-FBUS 4.0 or ealier installed on the same computer, you must uninstall the existing NI-FBUS software and then install/uninstall NI-FBUS Monitor 3.0.1.
    Complete the following steps to upgrade the existing software:
    • Uninstall the NI-FBUS 4.0.
    • Install/Uninstall the NI-FBUS Monitor 3.0.1
    • Re-install the NI-FBUS 4.0.
    (Windows Vista) If you uninstalled the NI-FBUS hardware from the computer and want to reinstall the hardware, the computer might fail to find the driver files for the hardware. To resolve this problem, manually install the driver files located in the National Instruments\NI-FBUS\Staging directory.
    New Features
    The NI-FBUS Configurator 4.0 includes the following new features:
    • Support USB H1 interface device
    • Support DDS 5.1.2
    • Improve EDDL layout
    • Add new DD/CFF files supporting the new devices
    • Some major inconvenience issues are fixed
    Evaluation Version
    You can use NI-FBUS Configurator evaluation version by clicking the Evaluate button. NI-FBUS Configurator evaluation version only supports the offline mode and includes the following features:
    • Configure multiple offline interfaces
    • Configure offline devices through DD/CFF files
    • Configure offline function block applications
    • Save offline configurations
    Note: Block instantiation on offline devices is not supported.
    Troubleshooting and Frequently Asked Questions
    • How do I install a PCMCIA-FBUS, PCMCIA-FBUS Series 2, or PCI-FBUS/2 interface board?

      Install the NI-FBUS Configurator 4.0 first, then shut down the PC. Follow the Getting Started Manual to install the Fieldbus hardware. Boot up the PC and Windows will recognize the NI-FBUS interface card automatically. Follow the Found New Hardware Wizard and install the driver for the new hardware.

      Run the Add Interface Wizard, which will show the PCI/PCMCIA interface after you install the driver. Add the PCI/PCMCIA interface. To configure the port settings, run the Interface Configuration Utility.

      Open the NI-FBUS Communications Manager to begin working with the newly-configured hardware.
    • How do I install a USB-8486 device?

      Install the N-FBUS Configurator 4.0 first, then plug USB-8486 usb cable into one of PC USB port. Follow the Getting Started Manual to install the Fieldbus hardware, and Windows will recognize the NI-FBUS interface card automatically. Follow the Found New Hardware Wizard and install the driver for the new hardware.

      Run the Add Interface Wizard, which will show the USB-8486 device after you install the driver. Add the USB-8486 device. To configure the port settings, run the Interface Configuration Utility.

      Open the NI-FBUS Communications Manager to begin working with the newly-configured hardware.
    • When do I need to activate the NI-FBUS Configurator?

      When the installation is complete, the installer prompts you to activate the NI-FBUS Configurator. You also can activate the NI-FBUS Configurator later using the NI License Manager, available by selecting Start»Programs»National Instruments»NI License Manager.

      You must activate the NI-FBUS Configurator before you can use the following features:
      • H1 interfaces (PCMCIA-FBUS, PCI-FBUS and USB-8486), HSE interfaces (Ethernet and HSE Linking Device), and CN2FF interfaces (ControlNet to Foundation Field)
      • Ethernet and High-Speed-Ethernet (HSE) Linking Device in the Add Interface Wizard, Interface Configuration Utility, and Communications Manager

      You do not have to activate the NI-FBUS Configurator in the following situations:
      • Install the drivers for the following NI-FBUS cards:
        Product NamePart Number
        PCI-FBUS778573-01
        PCMCIA-FBUS777272-01
        777282-02
        USB-8486781160-01
      • Evaluate the NI-FBUS Configurator in offline mode
    • How do I activate the NI-FBUS Configurator?

      You can acquire the activation code from National Instruments through Internet, telephone, or fax. Apply the activation code to activate the NI-FBUS Configurator. Refer to the National Instruments License Manager Help, available by selecting Help»Contents in the NI License Manager, for more information about activating National Instruments software.

      Do not remove the Ethernet adapter from the computer after you activate the NI-FBUS Configurator. Removing the Ethernet adapter might deactivate the NI-FBUS Configurator.
    • How does NI-FBUS CM support Device Descriptions (DD)?

      NI-FBUS software uses manufacturer-supplied device descriptions. To use a new Device Description (DD), you must first specify a "Base Directory" for your device descriptions. This directory can be anywhere on your computer. All your DD files will be stored in this directory.
      • Launch the NI-FBUS Interface Configuration Utility and click Import DD/CFF;
      • Click DD Info;
      • Click Browse to locate the base directory path, or manually input the whole path for this directory, such as C:\Program Files\National Instruments\NI-FBUS\DD;
      Now that you have notified the NI-FBUS software about the base directory, you can import your manufacturer-supplied DD files into this directory.
      • Launch NI-FBUS the Interface Configuration Utility and click Import DD/CFF;
      • Click Browse to locate the DD/CFF file or input the path;
      • Click OK;
      • The Interface Configuration Utility checks the DD/CFF files. If no error is detected, the .cff file, .ffo file, and the associated .sym file will be copied to the correct location in the base directory; otherwise, an error message will help you to locate the error.
      NI-FBUS software uses identifying information in the actual device to locate the DD for this device. The identifying information includes four resource block parameters: "MANUFAC_ID", "DEV_TYPE", "DEV_REV", and "DD_REV". If the identifying information is incorrect, NI-FBUS will not be able to locate the DD for the device. When it has located the DD, NI-FBUS matches the block types in the DD with the actual blocks in the device by using the Item ID of the block characteristics record. Once again, if this information is incorrect, NI-FBUS will not be able to locate the description of that particular block.
    • Troubleshooting — Setting Addresses

      If you are having trouble setting the address of your device, you may need to change some of the "System Management Info" parameters in the Advanced settings of your interface port in the Interface Configuration Utility. The parameters involved in setting addresses are T1 and T3. These parameters represent delay time values that your interface card uses to compensate for the delays inherent in the device and in the set address protocol itself.

      T1 is a parameter that describes the expected response delay of the device at a given address. Normally, you will not need to increase this parameter; however, if it appears that your interface card is not seeing the device's responses related to setting an address, you can increase this value. The correct value for this parameter can be dependent on the number of devices on the link. For example, if you are using a bus monitor, you might see a WHO_HAS_PD_TAG request going to the device to start the Set Address sequence, and an IDENTIFY response coming back, but with the host never continuing with the next step in the protocol, the SET_ADDRESS packet. This would probably mean that your T1 value is too small and should be increased.

      T3 is a parameter that describes the expected time for the device to respond at its new address. This parameter is highly dependent on the number of devices on the link and the number of addresses being polled (see "Setting the Number of Polled Addresses" below for instructions). If you are using a bus monitor, you may be able to see the host identify a device (with the IDENTIFY packet) at the new address BEFORE the device has sent its probe response (PR) packet to the host. This is an error that is indicative of a T3 value that is too small. If this occurs, increase your T3 value until the IDENTIFY packet to the new address occurs after the PR.

      All of the System Management Info timers are in units of 1/32 of a millisecond; for instance, T3=32000 units means that T3=1 second.
    • Troubleshooting — Setting the Number of Polled Addresses

      The Fieldbus Specification describes how a Link Active Scheduler device (LAS device) probes a list of addresses to allow devices to come online during normal operation. The LAS sends a Probe Node (PN on the bus monitor) packet to each address in its list of addresses during operation at a regular interval determined by the number of devices on the link and the value of the Link Maintenance Token Hold Time parameter. The Fieldbus Specification describes how to tell the LAS to avoid probing certain addresses in the range, which can speed up detection of new devices on the bus (or devices that are having their addresses changed). The two parameters involved in maintaining the list are called FirstUnpolledNode and NumOfUnpolledNodes, and they can be found in the NI-FBUS Interface Configuration utility advanced settings for a port, under the "DLME Master Info" section. The following diagram shows how the LAS determines the list:

          PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXPPPPPPPPPP

          |               |<--NumOfUnpolledNodes-->|        |

        0x10 (16)     FirstUnpolledNode                      0xf7 (247)

          P = address that is probed for new devices

          X = address that is never probed for new devices

      To summarize, FirstUnpolledNode tells the LAS the starting address of a section of addresses to skip, and NumOfUnpolledNodes tells the LAS the length of that region. So if FirstUnpolledNode was 0x25, and NumOfUnpolledNodes was 0xba, then none of the addresses from 0x25 to 0xdf would be probed. That means that if a device with an address of 0x25 was placed on this bus, the LAS would not probe it and it would never be able to send or receive packets on the bus.

      The main reason to have a NumOfUnpolledNodes with a nonzero value is this: The LAS probes every address in the list, and then starts over again at the beginning. Remember that a device cannot become active on the bus until its address is probed. If the LAS is probing all 255-16+1=240 possible addresses and each probe node request goes out every T milliseconds, it might take 240T milliseconds for a device to come online.  If, however, the LAS probed only the first 16 addresses and the last 16 addresses, it might take 32T milliseconds for the device to get online; this results in the new device being recognized almost 8 times faster. These parameters also affect the Set Address protocol, because recognizing a device at a new address is really the same as recognizing a completely new device, since the new address must be probed for the device to come online. In this way, the NumOfUnpolledNodes parameter can affect the value of the Set Address protocol parameter "T3", which is described in the section above. Increasing the NumOfUnpolledNodes parameter might fix a SetAddress T3 problem because it takes the device less time to be recognized at the new address.
    Known Issues and Suggestions
    • For devices with a third-party stack, the NI-FBUS Configurator might take a long time to update device information such as Function Block list, MIB parameters, etc. The reason is that when a device with a Softing stack has a higher address, like 0xE0 or 0xF6, it will be hard for the NI-FBUS Communications Manager to obtain a valid VCR connection to the MIB of the devices. To solve the problem, please change its address to a lower address when the Configurator finishes updating the device.
    • PCI-FBUS and PCMCIA-FBUS interface boards work under the Polled Mode by default. You may occasionally find your computer is slowed down when the Polled Mode is used. If the computer is not responding, complete the following steps:
      • Close the NI-FBUS software;
      • In <NIDIR>\NI-FBUS\Binaries\ directory, replace ffstack.bin with ffstack.bin.old (The file name should remain ffstack.bin).
    • NI-FBUS Monitor does not support USB-8486.
    Resources
    Refer to the Fieldbus Foundation Web site for more information about FOUNDATION Fieldbus.
    Refer to the National Instruments Web site for more information about National Instruments FOUNDATION Fieldbus products.
    Send an email to fieldbus.support@ni.com for support with National Instruments FOUNDATION Fieldbus products.

    Credits
    This product includes components that use eCos. In regards to the eCos, the following notice applies: No modification is made by National Instruments Corporation to the version of the eCos used in this product.
    Copyright
    &#169; 2009 National Instruments Corporation. All rights reserved.
    Under the copyright laws, this publication may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, storing in an information retrieval system, or translating, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of National Instruments Corporation.
    Trademarks
    National Instruments, NI, ni.com, and LabVIEW are trademarks of National Instruments Corporation. Refer to the Terms of Use section on ni.com/legal for more information about National Instruments trademarks.
    Other product and company names mentioned herein are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.
    Patents
    For patents covering the National Instruments products, refer to the appropriate location: Help&#187;Patents in your software, the patents.txt file on your CD, or ni.com/patents.
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